HIRING PART-TIME TEMPORARY WORKERS: Hiring more than 200 part-time temporary workers [#GeneralMotors]
General Motors Fort Wayne plant is hiring more than 200 part-time temporary workers to help ramp up production.
GM says the demand for full-size pickup trucks is stronger than ever, and production is increasing to meet that demand.
To help manage production schedules with employee vacation time, job changes and illness, the Fort Wayne plant is hiring more than 200 part-time workers in the next 8 weeks.
These positions pay $16.67 an hour and work a maximum of 32 hours a week.
After 90 days, employees are eligible for some benefits, and additional benefits are available after 120 days.
Extra staffing is needed right now.
“The demand for the Chevy full sized trucks is really high, and for that we’re running maximum overtime here and a lot of additional week-end work, and so for that we’re going to add some additional people here to help us.”
– Human Resources Site Director Jeffrey Morris
“It’s a great way to be making some really good money, but it is part-time, so you get your 32 hours. It’s really important to keep in mind, you have to be available for any shift, this is a flexible temporary position, so that it gets moved around where the need is.”
– GM plant spokesperson Stephanie Mack
Here are some requirements for the job:
Must be 18 years of age or older an eligible to work in the US
Able to satisfactorily complete the General Motors hiring process requirements, which include comprehensive assessments, hair drug testing and a background check
Be available to work flexible hours and all shifts (1st, 2nd and 3rd), as well as overtime hours on those shifts with little notice
If you’d like to apply, click here.
Fort Wayne GM Plant hiring 200+ temporary workers:
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